Re: A contest for a new css
Bas Zoetekouw wrote:
> Actually, that's not a bad idea at all. There are lots of people in the
> past who have suggested that that would like to change the layout a bit,
> so why not give people a change to see what they come up with.
> However, if we want to create such a "content", I think it is important
> to state in advance what kind of limitations we want. For example,
> validating XTHML, clear separation of content and layout, working in all
> the current wml building scheme and translation practise, etc.
additional features, improved usability and other stuff that could help
Those who watch without a JS enabled browser need to be able to work
with our web page.
Could only agree to the rest.
If nothing changes, everything will remain the same. -- Barne's Law